Films

Aquarium

10 minutes

2019

New York Times Op Docs

(in production) short film about the East End's last tropical fish shop

Mobile

6 x 5 minutes

2019

National Geographic

(in production) episodic series about one young man from Syria coping with homesickness.

Bird

4 minutes

2019

Channel 4 Random Acts / Little Dot Studios

A short film based on the experience of A.B, who has species dysphoria; the feeling that your body is of the wrong species.

Seafarers

8 minutes

2016

New York Times Op Docs / Just So Films / Aeon Video

An old Seafaring joke goes something like this: “I travel the world… but it all looks like my gangway”. In Felixstowe, England, visiting seafarers venture off their ships...

Territory

17 minutes

2015

NFTS / Nowness / Vimeo Staff Picks

The rock of Gibraltar is shared between two primate species: people and monkeys, & there are tensions between the two...

No Place like Home

18 minutes

2014

NFTS

On the periphery of Heathrow airport, three peoples' homes hang in the balance.

Waiting for Ships

5 minutes

2013

NFTS

Short film based on a poem. Felixstowe is the UK's busiest container port, but what do locals know of what the ships are carrying?

The Price of Freedom

17 minutes

2012

Network for Social Change

When a 17 year old from Tunisia disappears after leaving his home country for Europe, his mother traces his steps.

Television

Brexit Tales: 'It's a bit like a civil war'

6 minutes

2019

Channel 4 News

Short film co-directed with Anna Snowball about Brexit opinions in the small Wiltshire village of Broad Chalke.

Learning disabilities: The Right to Love

8m48

2017

Channel 4 News

Sui Ling Tang pioneers the right for the learning disabled to be in loving relationships.

Disability Hate Crime : The Right to Be Out & About

9 minutes

2016

Channel 4 News

Meet the people for whom name calling and stares is part of their every day lives.

Commissions

Rethink Fish

2 minutes

2018

Produced by Catsnake for Compassion in World Farming

Fish are intelligent, sensitive creatures and like many other animals, they explore, travel, socialise, hunt and play.

Stories from the Kent Coal Mining Communities

12 x 3 minute films

2018

Design Map / Kent Mining Museum / Glow Films

Exhibition films for the Kent Mining Museum painting a picture of every day life in the Kent coal mining communities.

Wrongwoods

4 minutes

2018

Established & Sons

Documenting artist Richard Woods and his collaboration with Sebastian Wrong for a film for Established & Sons, exhibited at the London Design Festival.

Youth Debate

2 x 5 minutes

2018

Islington Faiths Forum

Six young people of different faith denominations debate the role faith & identity play in their lives.

Alt Barbican

5 minutes

2018

Barbican Centre & The Trampery

Profiling the five emerging artists taking part in the programme 'Alt Barbican'.

A Real House: The Making of a Film Set

17 minutes

2017

Adventure Pictures

Behind the scenes of Sally Potter's film The Party.

Ship Spotters

10 minutes

2017

Hakai Magazine

Co-directed with Anna Snowball. In Felixstowe, a seaside town in England, watching container ships is a tradition, and a time for taking stock of life.

Late Shift: The Making of an Interactive Movie

20 minutes

2016

& Sohne

Co-directed with Grace Harper. Behind the scenes of the world's first interactive feature film.